Confused about fitness trackers? We’ll help you get it right
Want to get started on your fitness journey, but don’t know which bit of kit is right for you? Find out which fitness tracker solves these problems with our infographic.
Fitbit Charge 2
Monitor more than just your steps – track specific exercises like running, cycling or yoga with Multi-sport tracking
Fitbit Alta HR
Stay motivated with friendly reminders that keep you moving – and check vital stats just by tapping the screen.
Goji Activity Tracker
Customise settings and enter your personal stats – like height, weight and stride length – for the most accurate fitness results with 7-day battery life.
And fear not, for those who want a fitness tracker with a traditional watch-type style there are great options too:
Garmin Forerunner 235
Whether pounding the pavements or cycling off-road track your progress with GPS and GLONASS satellites – you can even check indoor speed with this fitness tracker’s built-in accelerometer.
Nokia Steel HR
Hit the gym from the office with this stylish all-purpose sports watch – it’s even water-resistant to 50m.
Fitness trackers aren’t just for grownups. Even kids can get in on the action:
The Garmin vivofit JR 2 Star Wars
Track steps, sleep and even set chore reminders with this robust and water-resistant fitness tracker for kids.